Extreme weather could hammer UK economy by 2050

A natural capital stress test of the UK economy’s resilience reveals that extreme weather impacts on water supply, food and flood risk could cost the country tens of billions of pounds by 2050

by Rachel Salvidge
Climate change driven extreme weather could prove extremely costly. Photograph: Designpics/123RF
Climate change driven extreme weather could prove extremely costly. Photograph: Designpics/123RF

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